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2016 Prospect Ranking

Lone Star Recruiting's Top 100 (2016)

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Gregory LittleOL
Allen, TXAllen

Debut ranking: 1

5 stars6'5"285Texas A&M
#2Patrick HudsonOL
Silsbee, TXSilsbee

Debut ranking: 6

4 stars6'5"330Baylor
#3Eric MonroeDB
Houston, TXNorth Shore

Debut ranking: 3

4 stars6'0"180list
#4Deontay AndersonDB
Manvel, TXManvel

Debut ranking: 16

4 stars6'0"188list
#5Ed OliverDT
Houston, TXWestfield

Debut ranking: 8

4 stars6'2"260list
#6Brandon JonesDB
Nacogdoches, TXNacogdoches

Debut ranking: 4

4 stars5'10"185list
#7Devin DuvernayWR
Sachse, TXSachse

As far as I’m concerned, Duvernay is the most electrifying kid in the entire state. Coaches are always looking for kids that can apply pressure to opposing defenses and Duvernay’s ability to touch the ball at any spot on the field and be a threat to score is second to none among his peers in the state of Texas. At 5-10, 184 pounds, he’s not the biggest receiver prospects in this class by a long-shot, but his ability to make plays in space after the catch makes him a different type of receiver, as he’s usually reaching the end zone if he gets a step beyond the defense. Duvernay is still developing his wide receiver skills, but he’s an ace on screens and short throws near the line of scrimmage. If you’re looking for a player comparison, think of a young Percy Harvin from a talent perspective.

Debut ranking: 5

4 stars5'10"184list
#8Erick FowlerLB
Manor, TXManor

Debut ranking:28

4 stars6'3"235list
#9Devwah WhaleyRB
Beaumont, TXCentral

More than any running back in the state, just give this kid the ball and get the hell out of the way. The ultimate weapon in college football is the one that can touch the ball anywhere on the field and be a threat to take it to the house on every touch, which is exactly what Whaley brings to the table. With perhaps the best feet of any back in the state, Whaley’s ability to dart in and out of daylight, combined with his top-end burst that seems to come straight out of Madden makes him one of the top offensive playmakers in Texas. A downhill runner, there’s very little wasted motion from Whaley, as he hits the hole quickly and usually explodes through it in the blink of an eye once he makes his decision. This kid has a chance to be a real difference-maker at the high collegiate level.
Debut ranking: 13

4 stars5'10"195list
#10Jean DelanceOL
Mesquite, TXNorth Mesquite

Debut ranking: NR

4 stars6'5"270list
#11Kameron MartinRB
Port Arthur, TXPort Arthur Memorial

When you talk about Martin, you’re talking about the best running back to come out of Port Arthur since Jamaal Charles more than a decade ago. Although he has similar size to Whaley and they have some similar traits, it would be wrong to chalk them up as being similar runners. Whereas Whaley is very much a north/south/one-cut and go back, Martin is a little more of a fast-paced ball of spinning butcher knifes, as he takes contact and dishes it out more than you’d ever expect from a 5-10, 175-pound back. Like Whaley, Martin has the ability to score from anywhere on the field and that level of playmaking makes him one of the special offensive prospects in this class.
Debut ranking: 18

4 stars5'10"175Baylor
#12Courtney LarkWR
Bellaire, TXBellaire

If Devin Duvernay is the king of the short passing game at the receiver position, Lark might be the king of the intermediate passing game in Texas. The first thing that really jumps out about Lark is the fact that his ball skills are as elite as anyone in this class. When the ball is in his zip code, he almost always finds a way to come up with the catch. While not quite as explosive as Duverney, Lark has a turbo button gear that allows him to apply pressure on opposing defenses after the catch. Lark seems like he’s at his best when running skinny or deep posts, but don’t mistake that as him having a limited arsenal. This is a kid that has a chance to be a dynamic college playmaker.

Debut ranking: 35

4 stars6'1"163TCU
#13Jared MaydenDB
Sachse, TXSachse

Debut ranking: 9

4 stars6'0"187list
#14Chris DanielsDT
Euless, TXTrinity

Debut ranking: 36

4 stars6'4"300list
#15Dee AndersonWR
Mesquite, TXWest Mesquite

When I look at Anderson, I see a slightly bigger version of Courtney Lark, but perhaps without the turbo button that makes him impossible to corral once he gets a step on the defense. Like Lark, Anderson has some of the best ball skills in the state, especially when being targeted in the deep passing game. A lot of Anderson’s success at the high school level is based on his ability to win battles when running go-routes and he’ll probably need to continue to diversify his game is he wants to be an all-around threat at the position. Does a great job of setting up fade routes with a quick, hard inside step that he comes out of incredibly quick, making him a big-time threat in the red-zone.

Debut ranking: 65

4 stars6'3"173LSU
#16Justin MadubuikeDE
McKinney, TXMcKinney North

Debut ranking: 17

4 stars6'3"245list
#17Marvin TerryLB
Dallas, TXSouth Oak Cliff

Debut ranking:22

4 stars6'2"225list
#18Travon FullerDB
Athens, TXAthens

Debut ranking: 11

4 stars5'11"160Texas A&M
#19Brandon BowenDE
Trophy Club, TXByron Nelson

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'5"230list
#20Kaden SmithTE
Flower Mound, TXMarcus

Smith might just be the most polished and sure-fire college tight end prospect that this state has produced in a long time. That’s not to say that he has the most physical upside, but I can’t remember many kids that came out of high school that seem as natural to the position and instinctive working the middle of the field as a receiver as this kid. At times, he looks like a young high school-version of Jason Witten with the way that he sinks into the soft spots of the zones, works the seam and catches everything that comes his way with flypaper hands. While he doesn’t have blazing speed, he does exhibit quickness in small space, which allows him to separate from defenders with relative ease. Barring injury, this kid’s basement should be as a solid college player, while his ceiling could make him one of the top tight ends in the country down the line.

Debut ranking: 7

4 stars6'5"233list
#21Kendell JonesDT
Killeen, TXShoemaker

Debut ranking: 2

4 stars6'5"310list
#22Eric CuffeeDB
Waco, TXWaco

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'0"188list
#23Shane BuecheleQB
Arlington, TXArlington Lamar

The consensus selection as the state's top quarterback prospect, Buechele brings a diverse all-around set of skills to the table, which is what is so exciting about his upside as a player. Although he's not the fastest or best running prospect in the state, his athletic ability is one of the things that separates him from the pack of players who are at least fairly advanced as passers, as his quick feet, balance and overall fluidness as an athlete makes him a threat at all times to take off and run the moment a defense presents him with a running lane. As far as his passing skills are concerned, Buechele throws the ball pretty effortlessly, has a quick release and has the ability to spray the ball all over the field. There are times when you'd like to see him throw the ball with a little more power behind the ball and I'm not sure that he's elite of the elite in any one area (although he's very close in pocket/field awareness), but he rates at near-elite ratings in a lot of categories. Plus, the kid can flat out play some football.
Debut ranking: 73

4 stars6'2"185Texas
#24Tren'Davian DicksonWR
Navasota, TXNavasota

A born playmaker. Perhaps more than any player in the state at his position, Dickson’s ability to do a little bit of everything at his position makes him perhaps the most complete player at the position coming out of high school. Although I don’t think of him as an elite speed and quickness guy, he’s not far off from that kind of territory and when he gets his hands on the ball in space, watch the hell out. Possesses top-end ball skills. One of my favorite aspects of his game is that you can watch seven minutes of Dickson at his best and you might not see any plays that look repetitive. He makes a lot of plays in a variety of plays and just knows how to get the damn job done.

Debut ranking: 55

3 stars6'0"170list
#25Dontavious JacksonLB
Houston, TXElsik

Debut ranking: 15

4 stars6'2"238list
#26Christian WallaceATH
Katy, TXTompkins

Debut ranking: 79

4 stars6'2"200list
#27Rakeem BoydRB
Houston, TXStratford

While Boyd might not quite bring the score-from-anywhere-on-the-field explosiveness that you’ll see in Devwah Whaley and Kam Martin, you’ll find a little more size, incredible balance and tool-bag with a lot very good tools, if not any elite ones. While he possesses a good speed/quickness combination for a near 200-pound back, the thing that really separates Boyd from a lot of his peers is his ability to take hits around his legs and not go down. Like so many of the greats, Boyd just seems to shake off contact at will and once he finds his way into the second level of the defense, he becomes a handful for the defense very quickly. He’s kind of a glider once he builds up speed and he runs a little high, but he’s the kind of back that have success in almost any kind of offense.

Debut ranking: 39

4 stars6'0"195list
#28Zach SmithQB
Grandview, TXGrandview

Although he doesn't rank anywhere close to Buechele as an athlete, I view Smith as the best pure thrower/pro-style passer in the state. With his size and arm strength, Smith is a natural while working inside the pocket, displaying touch and accuracy when throwing to all parts of the field. It's easy to see this kid being a thrown for Big 12 defenses in a few years under the watchful eye of Art Briles.
Debut ranking: NR

4 stars6'4"220Baylor
#29Reggie HemphillWR
Manvel, TXManvel

There might not be as much “wow” with Hemphill as there are with some of the other receivers at the top of the list, but it’s easy to take Hemphill for credit sometimes because he makes playing the game look very easy at times. A terrific all-around receiver with a skill set that allows him to make plays in a variety of plays. At the high school level, Hemphill’s strength at the position might be his greatest asset, as he just kind of bullies opposing cornerbacks all over the field, whether it’s on a hitch, post route or something vertical. Owns plus-ball skills and he’ll fight for his quarterback on balls that aren’t thrown perfectly.

Debut ranking: 14

4 stars6'1"174Texas
#30Isaiah ChambersDE
Houston, TXMacarthur

Debut ranking: 10

4 stars6'4"237list
#31Tristen WallaceATH
DeSoto, TXDeSoto

Physically, he'll remind you a little of a young Jameis Winston, but he's a much better athlete than Winston ever thought about being. As a running threat, he's hell on wheels, especially with the zone-read concepts. As the state's No.1 running weapon at the position, Wallace simply needs to work on his passing skills night and day because it's the area that needs the most work and it's the reason why some scouts view him as an athlete more than quarterback. However, Wallace has the skills needed to succeed as a passer, they just aren't yet refined. He'll need time to develop, but the entire OB staff loves his upside.
Debut ranking: 41

3 stars6'3"220list
#32Dillon Sterling-ColeQB
Houston, TXWestfield

Rivals and I aren't currently seeing eye to eye on this one at all, but I dare anyone to watch him at his best and tell me that his ceiling isn't on the same level as the other top quarterbacks in the state, at least. Yes, he's raw and started a little slow at the beginning of last season, but the kid oozes natural ability. In fact, if you just look at his top-end highlights, you'll see a guy that might even jump off the screen in the throwing department more than Buechele and Smith. Add in his athleticism and if he fine-tune his game, he has a chance to be a bad boy at the next level.
Debut ranking:26

3 stars6'3"180list
#33Kyle PorterRB
Katy, TXKaty

While Rodney Anderson has been the back that has stirred the drink for Katy the last couple of years, POrter has served as its big-play weapon and it’s possible that with Anderson off to Oklahoma this season, we’ll finally get a chance to see what Porter can do as the main guy in the backfield. What we do know about Porter is that he brings big-time playmaking ability to the field and a ton of versatility, which should allow him to be a major college weapon as a runner, receiver and return man on special teams. There are some that have wondered whether he was as good as a junior as he was as a sophomore when he took the Houston-area by storm, and I’ll admit that I go back and forth a little when it comes to just how much I like Porter, but there’s no mistaking that he’s a big-time prospect, it’s just a matter of how big-time.

Debut ranking: 58

4 stars5'11"190list
#34Jeffrey McCullochLB
Houston, TXAldine Davis

Debut ranking: NR

4 stars6'2"230list
#35Clarence HendersonOL
Dallas, TXSkyline

Debut ranking: 12

3 stars6'1"261list
#36Michael WilliamsDT
Fort Worth, TXAll Saints Episcopal

Debut ranking: 54

3 stars6'2"300list
#37Chris OwensOL
Arlington, TXArlington Lamar

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'4"275list
#38Jalen HurtsQB
Channelview, TXChannelview

See Wallace. Hurts is hell on wheels with the ball in his hands, but some scouts view him as more of an athlete than quarterback, but once again I don't think the OB staff sees it that way at all. He'll need a little seasoning, but the arm skills are there, even if the footwork and some of his mechanics need to be refined.
Debut ranking:23

4 stars6'2"196list
#39Lil'Jordan HumphreyATH
Southlake, TXCarroll

He might not be as college-ready for the position as Kaden Smith, but my goodness, good luck trying to find a kid with his size, athleticism and playmaking ability because this kid can absolutely put pressure on a defense. He’s more of a basketball player in terms of his physicality at this point, so there’s a lot of projecting taking place, but he’s every bit of 6-4 or 6-5 and once he starts to add some size to his frame, he has Jace Amaro-like upside as a receiving target. Every time I watch him, I like him more and more. Quite frankly, his upside suggests that he needs to be moved up in the rankings.

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'5"200list
#40DeMarco BoydLB
Gilmer, TXGilmer

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'0"223Texas
#41J.C. ChalkTE
Argyle, TXArgyle

There’s a little bit of a young Blaine Irby in side of this kid when you watch him make plays at running back, split out wide or inside off the line. While he has the athletic skill needed to make plays in the passing game as an H-back, Chalk likes to get down and dirty as a blocker, which gives me hopes that he won’t be a guy that only comes into the game to catch passes. His ball skills are sharp and his versatility as an all-around player could make him a short-yardage fullback as well.

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'3"216Clemson
#42Darius AndersonRB
Richmond, TXGeorge Ranch High School

Every time I watch Anderson, I come away liking him a little more than the last time. While he might not quite have the ultra-weapon athletic tools that a few of the other backs in the state possess, we’re splitting hairs a little because Anderson has the ability to stop, start and explode with almost anyone and his ability to break defenders down in space makes him potentially an awesome multi-purpose weapon. If anything, Anderson might not have elite top-end speed, but it’s easy to overlook that because of his quickness out of his breaks and the fact that he’s just a damn good football player that makes a ton of plays and loves to play the game. If you’re asking me who he reminds me of, perhaps a slightly bigger Fozzy Whittaker

Debut ranking: 47

3 stars5'9"180list
#43Sewo OloniluaATH
Kingwood, TXKingwood

In a year where a lot of the backs in the state don’t bring much size to the table, Olonilua represents the best “big” back in the state with a terrific blend of size and athleticism. There’s not a lot flashy about what Olonilua does on the field as he’s a north/south runner that gets from point A to point B in a straight line and if you attempt to hit him high, he might run through you and if you attempt to hit him high, he might run through you. Although he’s not an ultra-quick, fast-twitch athlete, he possesses good top-end speed and is more than a grinder. If you want a comparison, think recent TCU running back Matthew Tucker, and just like Tucker, there’s some thought at this point in his development that he might be better on the other side of the ball from a long-term standpoint.

Debut ranking: 57

4 stars6'2"212TCU
#44Tyrell AlexanderATH
Lancaster, TXLancaster

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'1"175list
#45Parrish CobbDB
Waco, TXLa Vega

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'1"170list
#46Jaylon JonesDB
Allen, TXAllen

Debut ranking: 42

4 stars5'11"172list
#47Trayveon WilliamsRB
Houston, TXC. E. King

He’s a little small and probably won’t wow anyone with his testing numbers at a combine, but when you put Williams in a football uniform, a an all-purpose playmaker emerges. A two-way threat out of the backfield that can contribute in the run and passing games, Williams relies on his ability to accelerate and separate through traffic once he picks his moment to “go”. Once he gets into the second- and third-levels of the defense, he’s not going to outrun many top-level college defensive backs, but he can be described as very slippery, as defenders simply have a hard time getting their hands around him.

Debut ranking: 37

3 stars5'9"188list
#48Mark JacksonDE
Cibolo, TXSteele

Debut ranking: 71

4 stars6'3"215list
#49Kofi BoatengWR
Arlington, TXArlington Lamar

Because he plays with the state’s top quarterback prospect, it’s easy to sometimes chalk up someone of Boateng’s success to playing with Shane Buechele, but the more I’ve watched of this kid, the more it’s impossible not to notice a terrific blend of overall playmaking ability. Although he’s not a top-end burner, he makes a lot of plays on end arounds and short screens, displaying ability to make people miss in space and “good enough” speed to take it to the house once he gets a step on the defense. Boateng also has some of the nicest hands at his position in the state and shows the ability to create separation from defenders.

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'1"175list
#50T.J. VasherWR
Wichita Falls, TXRider

No receiver in the state brings more size to the table that the 6-5 Vasher, who just dominated defensive backs in the vertical passing game with his combination of mass and skill. Although he’s at his best when he’s going down the field as a receiver, Vasher actually brings more of an all-around skill set as a player than you might expect from a player that specializes in going vertical, as he possesses enough athletic ability and shiftiness to give defenses fits in the screen game, while his route running and ball skills make for a dangerous intermediate playmaker. Although he’s a little raw, Vasher’s upside at the position is among the highest of any player in this class.

Debut ranking: NR

4 stars6'5"180list
#51Zarrian HolcombeTE
Humble, TXSummer Creek

I think Holcombe is one of the state’s most underrated prospects heading into the spring evaluation process. At 6-5, 215 pounds, Holcombe flashes playmaking ability as a receiver that will give opposing college coaches fits as a guy running vertically down the seam. While he’s a good athlete and has good hands, he’s not a guy that I would call explosive or quick-twitched as an athlete. Holcombe still looks a little raw as a player and might need a season or two of seasoning and he’s not as aggressive as a blocker as you’d hope to see on a consistent basis, but his raw ability gives him a chance to be an impact college player down the road.

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'5"215Texas A&M
#52Keenan MurphyOL
Crosby, TXCrosby

Debut ranking: 19

3 stars6'2"295list
#53Ross BlacklockDT
Missouri City, TXElkins

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'5"305list
#54Keshawn SomervilleDB
Pflugerville, TXHendrickson

Debut ranking: 60

3 stars5'11"170TCU
#55Levi OnwuzurikeDE
Allen, TXAllen

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'3"230list
#56Micheal JohnsonDE
Missouri City, TXHightower

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'3"230list
#57Trevor SpeightsRB
McAllen, TXMcAllen Memorial

In the year of the Mighty Mouse running backs, Speights is yet another one of these compact players that relies on quickness and raw explosiveness to achieve success and while he doesn’t own elite-level scores in either of those two categories, he has enough of both that he’s emerged as one of the top prospects to come out of South Texas in years. Speaking of South Texas, it’s also somewhat impossible to ignore that his competition is less than stellar and at times it’s hard to tell how good he really is because of the kids that he’s playing against. At the end of the day, the skill set is very good and his success as a player suggests that he’s a player that no one should sleep on.

Debut ranking:21

3 stars5'9"196Arizona
#58Camron WilliamsWR
Dallas, TXFirst Baptist Academy

At 6-3, 200 pounds, Williams, reminds me physically of a young John Harris, which is to say that there’s a fair amount of athletic ability and playmaking in that big frame of his that projects really well at the next level. Doesn’t have elite top-end speed or burst, but once he gets the moving with the ball he becomes a handful for opposing defenses who are trying to get him to the ground. Williams is really effective in the screen game, as he’ll run through arm tackles and once he gets through the second level of the defense, there’s enough overall athletic skill to create game-changing plays. Although he’s a still putting the pieces of his game together, Williams has a chance to be a playmaker at the collegiate level with a little more development.

Debut ranking: NR

4 stars6'3"200list
#59Tyrie ClevelandWR
Houston, TXWestfield

A prospect that brings a little bit of everything to the table, including size, ball skills and the ability to make plays after the catch. Although he’s more of a vertical threat than anything else at the high school level, I think his overall game might be a little underrated because there’s not much at the position that he doesn’t do pretty damn well. Although he might not ever win the combine, Cleveland has a chance to emerge as a top-end college player with a little more development.

Debut ranking: NR

4 stars6'3"180Texas A&M
#60Zach HallATH
Tyler, TXTyler Lee

Debut ranking: NR

4 stars5'11"170list
#61Jordan ElliottDT
Houston, TXWestside

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'5"300Baylor
#62Michael IrvinWR
Plano, TXPrestonwood Christian Academy

Irvin is kind of a high school version of his Hall of Fame father, as he’s not ever going to wow you with his speed or explosiveness, but he can catch anything thrown in his direction and he is an incredibly physical target that can overwhelm defensive backs that haven’t been spending much time in the weight room,. In fact, perhaps more than a true wide receiver prospect, Ievin has a chance to be a top-level H-back that can create matchup nightmares for opposing defenses, who try to stick a nickel corner or linebacker against him in coverage.

Debut ranking:20

3 stars6'2"200list
#63D'Eriq KingATH
Manvel, TXManvel

Debut ranking:29

3 stars5'10"170TCU
#64Kellen DieschOL
Trophy Club, TXByron Nelson

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'7"272list
#65Brennen WootenQB
San Angelo, TXCentral H S

One of my favorite 5.7-rated prospects in the state and a potential steal for TCU, as Wooten might not dazzle you with his physical tools, but the kid is a playmaker that has a very good feel for the passing game. If I have a concern about Wooten, it's whether he's already closer to his ceiling as a player than some of the others on the list.
Debut ranking: 32

3 stars6'1"175TCU
#66Jordan CarmoucheLB
Manvel, TXManvel

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'1"218list
#67Deonte WilliamsLB
Plano, TXPrestonwood Christian Academy

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'0"212list
#68Benjie FranklinDB
Houston, TXAlief Taylor

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'0"175list
#69Bowman SellsQB
Lucas, TXLovejoy

A quality three-star prospect that doesn't have any one thing about his game that jumps out at you, but does a lot of everything pretty damn well. A lefty with quick enough feet to move around the pocket with ease, Sells is simply a good football player that projects as a quality college player in the right system and development.
Debut ranking: 86

3 stars6'2"182list
#70J.P. UrquidezOL
Copperas Cove, TXCopperas Cove

Debut ranking: NR

4 stars6'6"293list
#71Jeremy SmithATH
Missouri City, TXFort Bend Marshall

Debut ranking: 78

3 stars6'3"185list
#72Bailey PhillipsDB
Duncanville, TXDuncanville

Debut ranking: 75

3 stars5'8"161Tennessee
#73Brandon StephensRB
Plano, TXPlano

In a year where home-run hitters are seemingly all over the place, Stephens brings a little more size and all-around game to the table at the running back position. Although I wouldn’t describe him as having elite-level burst or speed, Stephens possesses outstanding feet and balance as a runner, which allows him to break down defenders when in one-on-one situations and makes him a handful to get on the ground.

Debut ranking: 98

3 stars6'1"200list
#74Da'Leon WardRB
Dallas, TXSkyline

Ward can be kind of a hard guy to evaluate because some of his brightest moments of the season watched him run long distances through holes that you could have driven a Mack Truck through. While he has good speed and quickness, he doesn’t have the blend of raw explosiveness that ranks with the nations elite backs. However, he can make guys miss in a phone booth and clearly has big play ability. The thing I like about Ward the most is that he’s a decisive runner that runs with very little wasted movement. When he sees the hole, Ward hits it and doesn’t try to Hollywood a play that doesn’t need it.

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars5'10"180Texas Tech
#75Braylon JonesDT
Tyler, TXJohn Tyler

Debut ranking:27

3 stars6'3"278list
#76Bravvion RoyDT
Spring, TXSpring

Debut ranking: 81

3 stars6'2"315list
#77Maciah LongLB
Houston, TXNorth Shore

Debut ranking: 33

3 stars6'1"223list
#78Logan BonnerQB
Rowlett, TXRowlett

Another guy that doesn’t wow you with his athletic skill set, but this dude can play football. I'm shocked he's flying so low under the radar.
Debut ranking:25

6'2"190list
#79Raleigh TexadaDB
Frisco, TXCentennial

Debut ranking: 86

3 stars5'10"160Baylor
#80Austin AndersonOL
Mineola, TXMineola

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'4"290list
#81Zach FarrarWR
Southlake, TXCarroll

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'4"205list
#82Keith CorbinWR
Beaumont, TXWest Brook

Debut ranking: 50

3 stars6'2"175list
#83Austin MyersOL
Manvel, TXManvel

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'5"290TCU
#84Jonathan MarshallDE
Shepherd, TXShepherd

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars6'3"250TCU
#85Collin WilderDB
Katy, TXKaty

Debut ranking: 68

4 stars5'11"175Texas Tech
#86Aubrey WhiteATHWylie, TXEast3 stars6'1"190list
#87Devin WilliamsQB
Mansfield, TXTimberview

Debut ranking: 45

2 stars5'9"164list
#88Grayland ArnoldDB
Kountze, TXKountze

Debut ranking: NR

3 stars5'10"170Baylor
#89Von Darius FreemanDT
Dallas, TXSpruce

Debut ranking: 34

6'3"255list
#90Darius AndersonDT
Missouri City, TXHightower

Debut ranking:30

3 stars6'0"301list
#91Darrian HammondsATH
Arlington, TXJuan Seguin

Debut ranking: 56

3 stars5'11"217list
#92Nikolas DanielsLB
League City, TXClear Creek

Debut ranking: 51

5'11"225list
#93McKinley MitchellLB
Plano, TXPlano West

Debut ranking: 92

3 stars6'3"200list
#94Juice ParkerDB
Dallas, TXSouth Oak Cliff

Debut ranking: 85

3 stars5'11"177list
#95Louis KelleyDB
Pflugerville, TXPflugerville

Debut ranking: 44

3 stars6'0"179list
#96Nic SmithRB
Arlington, TXMartin

Debut ranking:24

5'9"160list
#97Kendrick RogersWR
Frankston, TXFrankston

Debut ranking: 49

3 stars6'5"182list
#99Ja'Ron WilsonRB
Euless, TXTrinity

Debut ranking: 97

6'0"185list
#100Corey LaneDB
Nacogdoches, TXNacogdoches

Debut ranking: 84

5'11"175list

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